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The digital DCL 3 cabinet lock of the doorLoxx® series from deister electronic helps to keep valuables safe in cupboards, cabinets, or lockers. The electronic lock requires no cables at all and can be quickly installed in various doors, but thanks to intelligent battery management it lasts for 5 years and up to 60,000 activations. Thanks to Bluetooth® support, smartphones can also be used as keys in addition to RFID transponders of various reading technologies.
Access rights are managed in our Commander Connect software. Due to many interfaces and supported protocols, the locks can also be integrated into other professional building and asset management systems.
In addition to common reading technologies such as Hitag, MIFARE® DESFire and LEGIC®, the cabinet lock also supports Bluetooth®, which means it can also be opened with a smartphone. On the software side, access rights, users and many other functions are managed in Commander Connect.
The locks are often used as part of a larger access system - it is part of the doorLoxx® brand of digital locking components that can also be used for access control inside buildings. That means you can also use the DCL 3 together with other deister solutions such as proxEntry® or even tranSpeed®. Thanks to various interfaces, however, the DCL 3 also integrates with third-party systems.
For more than 40 years, deister electronic has been known for innovative products and solutions for securing people, resources and buildings, for identifying vehicles, assets and goods, and for managing objects, work clothing and weapons.